You'd like the day off?
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You'd like the day off?
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JudiDench (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
They'll be "damed"? Over my cold dead body they will.
I find your terms Acceptable (20 Feb, 2013)
Now Die, Beotch!
Dame (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
I'll have nothing to do with it!
Redundant (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
Mathfail success!
darkYuris (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
hentie (21 Feb, 2013)
Mathmagician (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
In what parallel universe is this concidered math?
Prestidigitator (20 Feb, 2013)
The same one where they spell considered, concidered.
Mathematics (26 Feb, 2013)
We are Mathematical people, not Spelling or Grammar Nazi's so back off.
Forklift (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
More than a day off, I'd like them to use contractions correctly.
Check (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
(Assuming you work full time)
40 hours a week, minus coffee and lunch breaks, gives 32.5 hours of work a week.
52 weeks in a year, minus 2 weeks vacation, minus 1 week for sick leave and holidays, gives 49 weeks per year of work.
32.5 hours per week * 49 weeks per year gives 1,592.5 hours worked per year.
1,592.5 hours equals approximately 66.35 entire days of work per year.
I'm gonna say the math is a little off on that sign.
In Germany (20 Feb, 2013)
40h means 40h + 0,5h/day lunchtime (doesn't count as work time) + over time at "own" will
Just sayin' (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
"How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 6:30 AM by an alarm clock, leap out of bed, dress, force-feed, shit, piss, brush teeth & hair, and fight traffic to get to a place where essentially you made lots of money for somebody else and were asked to be grateful for the opportunity to do so?" - Charles Bukowski
Two Solutions (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
be born rich and never have to work, OR be retired and get up each morning and watch everyone else go off to work. Works for me. I give myself at least one day a year as "day-off."
Archie Bunker (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
This was old when I was still a squirt.
Anonymous (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
Want a day off? VOTE OBAMA! Just live off of welfare and EBT cards!!! Or, just move to North Korea and experience the reality today of what you idiots voted for...
reasonably intelliget person (21 Feb, 2013)
you mean the reality where an entire starving country works 15 hour days 7 days a week for free?
faroutman (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
Ha! You forgot the to tally up the considerable work hours I waste at EatLiver each day.
Lame (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
Wacom (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
Work day doesn't take all 24hrs
The ADHD Kid (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
That upside down apostrophe bothers me.
ForkliftMan (20 Feb, 2013) Reply
My boss put that on the wall, but we get one week of vacation per year, three holidays, and no sick pay. So, I don't get the relevance.
Rick Santorum (21 Feb, 2013) Reply
This is why I'm my own boss. **** working for people who write shit like this. If you want me to work for a boss who writes shit like that, he'd better wash my feet while I'm sitting at my desk and producing the products that line his pockets with money.
stupid and incorrect (21 Feb, 2013) Reply
with their logic, we still work 1553.5 hours or 64.7 days.
Bukowski (21 Feb, 2013) Reply
THIS is why I work for myself. **** having a boss.
Saborlas (23 Feb, 2013) Reply
Rich man's logic.
GN (25 Feb, 2013) Reply
wtf_ (27 Feb, 2013) Reply
Can someone do the maths!_ Take the 30 minute coffee breaks for example. I'll multiply 30 minutes times 5 because he mentions already you dont work on weekends, so 5 days of a week. thats 150minutes. 150*52 weeks in a years is 7800 minutes of coffee break a year. 7800/60 is 130 actual hours of coffee break per year. 130/24 isn't even 6 whole days of the year of coffee break time. How does he fit 30 minutes a day into 23 full days of a year. Even if you do 130/8 considering a work day isnt 24 hours, its only 16 days. SCAMMER tr0ll boss.
Lazy (6 Jul, 2013) Reply
This dialog was there in a South Indian hit movie... Arya... :D
Darkorical (29 Jan, 2014) Reply
The Day I see that up at work is the day I start to look for a new job.
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